'BTFW Day 2' showcases earthy and vibrant traditional looks

'BTFW Day 2' showcases earthy and vibrant traditional looks

19th October 2021, Mumbai:

Day 2 of the Bombay Times Fashion Week (BTFW) showcased the earthy yet vibrant bridal and traditional looks for the upcoming season. The second day of the BTFW kicked off by upholding the majestic vibe of Day 1.

It showcased the feminine grace of traditional trousseau proceedings by Charisma by AnuMehra revealing the opulence of the timeless architecture of the Mughal Era. Another brand Vyusti celebrated intricate woven designs and silk through their lineup "Jashn: A Celebration of Life."

Daisy Bridal unveiled their collection “Jardin De Fleur'' which signified embarking on a dream odyssey with blossoms of floral appliqué with serene-white finesse, tulle drapes, and beaded ruffles. The beautiful Malaika Arora closed the show in a simple, off-shoulder, body-fitted off-white gown with a satin bowtie on an effortless hairdo, showing the "one love" sign to the cameras, spreading a message of love.

Benbaa presented its line of festive wear, embellished with silk threads and floral embroidery. Kalki evoked the opulence of a global charm with a royal touch in heavily embroidered Indian wear. Their bridal couture collection – Hera was brimming with glorious, royal shades of deep olive greens, maroons, and greys studded with crystals and heavy metallic embroidery.

EEHA by Khushboo Shah brought together the glory and simplicity of Indian heirloom and an organic lifestyle with the foremost earthy and organically processed ready-to-wear pieces going with the upcoming season in a perfect, natural palette. The comfort and essence of the fabric were reflected through this collection, whereas "mustard in mastery" was displayed by the label Leela by A, dropping their collection called “Sukoon - Harmony of the Soul”.

L’effet by SanjeevMarwaaha showcased its collection Aarambh that raised the bar of the basic revival of craftsmanship and handwork in the luscious Indian hues of yellow, off-white, roast pink, and beautiful blacks and whites.

FKNS by Narendra Kumar, dropped his Narry effect on fleek through the depiction of contemporary dystopia, merging bold prints in street style and athleisure wear with gloves, masks, and asymmetrical cuts in chaos. When it comes to the contradiction of colours and cuts, this lineup was flooded with the concept along with a cannabis leaf embodied in the designer's logo, giving off a bold and futuristic morphine-mania.

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